Graffiti artist Banksy against spying on citizens


This video from England says about itself:

14 April 2014

Banksy linked to new street artwork in Cheltenham

Mysterious street artist Banksy appears to have unveiled his latest creation – targeting the issue of government surveillance. The artwork shows three 1950s-style agents, wearing brown trench coats and trilby hats, using devices to tap into conversations at a telephone box. It appeared overnight on a street in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, just a few miles from GCHQ, where the UK’s surveillance network is based.

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